Leadership


In our differences lie our strengths. This adage holds true in any language, but I find it especially relevant in terms of how we think about building a successful workforce in our global culture.



Five tech veterans gave advice and shared their personal stories of taking risks, taking care and being brave, at this year's Women Of The Channel event in New York City.



At the 2018 Women of the Channel Leadership Summit, Dell EMC's Sheri Hedlund shares three key things that help her deliver extraordinary results.



Author and nonprofit CEO Lauren Leader-Chivee discussed the challenges and importance of diversity in the workplace, and why it's so critical to the future of the country.



Find out how to bring vendor partnerships to fruition





It’s not enough to sell employees (users) on the benefits of the change. We must sell ourselves first. We must believe in the change taking place – failure to believe will multiply that destructive energy.
 



Marshae Mansfield says that taking risks and putting yourself in uncomfortable situations are often essential to driving your career forward.



WOTC executives describe their favorite managers throughout the years, the qualities that made them inspiring, and what a good leader must do to help elevate their teams to reach their potential.



The Women of the Channel (WOTC) leadership summit I attended last week hosted by The Channel Company inspired me through keynotes, breakout sessions, and connections I made with like-minded women in the IT commercial channel.
 



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